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Reverse Culture Shock: Customer Service in the U.S. is Ridiculous

customer-experience-matters

If you want my business, try the novel idea of actually conducting one. Read More »

Record Drought: How to Save Money on Groceries in the Face of Rising Prices

Severe drought means higher food prices, but there are still numerous ways to save. Read More »

Sears’ Summer Cyber Monday: Not Worth the Name

Sears' Summer Cyber Monday Now sale features little of the quality we'd expect from Cyber Monday deals Read More »

The Coupon Economy: Reprogramming Your Consumer Habits

In an age of reduced incomes and work hours, people are almost bound to become fixated on reduced prices. Read More »

Social Couponing: The New Way to Save

The new trend for companies to encourage consumers to share coupons and deals by being social with their mobile apps. Read More »

Saving Money at Warehouse Clubs: How to Shop, What to Buy

Tips for shopping smart and saving at Warehouse Clubs. Read More »

Can Couponing and Sale Shopping Make You Fat?

How to avoid coupon and sale "fat traps." Read More »

Is Extreme Couponing Hurting the Average Coupon User?

The popularity of extreme couponing is causing retailers to limit coupon use at a time when food prices are on the rise. The result is fewer deals for consumers. Read More »

Groupon Now – Local and Immediate Deals for Those in the Know

With the introduction of Groupon Now, there are even more ways to save money on deals in your area at all times of the day. Read More »

Book Review: Retail Anarchy: A Radical Shopper’s Adventures in Consumption by Sam Pocker

Pocker's rude, callous tomes dodges the major problems of consumption. Read More »